Today’s Headlines

  • Streetcar Track Work Is Nearly Complete (Business Courier)
  • Driver Who Killed Two People Biking Charged With Homicide (Plain Dealer)
  • Funding CMAX Service Will Help COTA Keep Pace (Dispatch)
  • Home Tour Showcases Walkable Urban Neighborhoods (River City News)
  • Walkable Webster Station Area Attracting Yet Another Office Project (Business Journal)
  • Yes, Some People Think Bike Lanes Are Paint Marking Pollution (CityLab)
  • New Data Analytics Are Helping Transit Agencies Improve Service (StateTech)

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Local Leaders Push for More Intercity Passenger Rail Service (Daily News) Can Cincy Develop a Walkable Community Around New Highway Interchange? (Business Courier) Sherrod Brown Looking to Secure Federal Funding for COTA (Dispatch) TARTA Adjusting Bus Routes to Accommodate Student Schedules (Blade) These Are Central Ohio’s Most Dangerous Intersections (Business First) Organization Looking for Public Feedback on […]

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Clintonville Residents Calling for Safety Improvements for Bicyclists and Pedestrians (Dispatch) With Real Estate Demand Spiking in Cincinnati, Some Call For Better Design (Business Courier) Anderson Township Trying Its Hand at Retrofitting Suburbia (WCPO) More Akron Children Are Being Hit By Cars Following Cuts to Bus Service (Plain Dealer) Columbus Drivers Spent 41 Hours Stuck in […]

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John Cranley’s Budget: Big Money for Roads, No Bus Shelters or Bike Lanes (Enquirer) Ohio Lawmakers Threaten to Cut Off Towns That Use Traffic Safety Cameras (Dayton Daily News) Wealthy, Well-Educated People Moving to Walkable, Urban Neighborhoods (Plain Dealer) Why Does SORTA Continue to Post Ridership Losses? (Business Courier) Could the Union Option Be the Most Affordable Operating Arrangement for Streetcar? (WCPO) First […]

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To Improve Akron, City Must Overcome History of Designing for Cars (Plain Dealer) Ohio’s Mayors Urges State to Adopt More Urban-Focused Policy Agenda (Business First) Dayton RTA to Launch Real-Time Tracking Features Next Week (Business Journal) Hit-and-Run Drivers Are Killing People and Getting Away With It in Cincinnati (WCPO) Self-Driving Cars Will Soon Be Hitting Ohio’s Roadways […]

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Cincinnati’s Mayor Decides Not to Veto Streetcar Operating Budget (Enquirer) Trotwood And Clayton Seek to Reduce Speed Limits to Improve Safety (Dispatch) Cincy Files Federal Lawsuit to Get Newport to Maintain Purple People Bridge (Business Courier) Hamilton’s Resurgence Illustrates Larger Swing Back to Urban Areas (WCPO) New Downtown Dayton Hotel Gets Key Approval to Move Forward […]

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Charleta Tavares: U.S. Spends Too Much on Military, Not Enough on Transportation (Huffington Post) Transportation Review Advisory Council Approves Another $268M for Opportunity Corridor (Plain Dealer) Developers Are Nearly Sold Out of Condos Along Cincinnati’s Streetcar Line (Business Courier) Akron Hoping Speed Hump Program Will Slow People Driving Cars (Akron Beacon Journal) Cleveland’s Benefit From Extra State Transit […]